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Is JMS is related to Web services?

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Java Messaging Service (JMS) Adapter

The JMS Adapter allows support for an arbitrary JMS provider, as well as for select queue connections (SonicMQ, Websphere, etc). This driver is not supplied with the adapter but must come from the product vendor or a 3rd party. The adapter allows message content to be sent from a messaging system to the Integration Server and vice versa

. General Configuration section

Adapter Type: JMS

Channel Direction: u2018Senderu2019

Transport Protocol: Choose from

1. Sonic MQ JMS Provider

2. WebSphereMQ (MQ Series) JMS Provider

The following steps are based on this protocol

3. JNDI JMS Provider Lookup

4. JMS Provider Administered Objects via File

5. Generic JMS Provider

First would be to deploy drivers for JMS scenarios -

Secondly, to configure JMS adapters;


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Webservice is the technology is used for getting services through internet using http protocal.

JMS is is an api that is used to communicate between two messaging servers. It is a java api for connecting messages like point to point and pulishser,subscriber format.

example of messaging servers are

Websphere MQ.



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Web services enable applications across the world to communicate and integrate with each

other through XML. But there are certain scenarios that need to be considered while

deploying Web services. Do we loose the Web services data incase our application

crashes? Is it possible to replicate the Web services clients across several applications? Is

it possible to establish connections between the Web-services-facing applications and the

back-end systems?

Java Message Service (JMS) is considered to be one of the best methods that can be

deployed to handle these scenarios. Web services and JMS, together create an

architecture that can communicate across the Internet, reliably handle data, and integrate

with backend systems.